Sinalwan Tatiana Clotheer Carrillo, Head of the Department of Economy (SE) in the federal government, reported on Friday, January 7, that after routine testing, he tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus (which causes the disease COVID-19).
Through her account on the social network Twitter, the federal official indicated that after testing for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, she will continue to work from her private home to avoid spreading the disease to more people.
“Hello. Looking forward to all closing the first week of the year well. I take this opportunity to comment that as a routine obligation, I have taken a coronavirus test and it is positive. I will continue to work from home. #Happy Friday.”, the former federal representative wrote.
Similarly, the former deputy coordinator of the Legislative Group of Morena in San Lazzaro, explained that the test was carried out in one of the branches of Salud Digna – a civic association dedicated to the prevention and timely detection of diseases at low cost – noting that so far it manifests as symptoms of sore throat.
Hello. Looking forward to all closing the first week of the year well. I take this opportunity to comment that as a routine obligation, I have taken a coronavirus test and it is positive. I will continue to work from home. #Filesferns
– Tatiana Clouthier (@tatclouthier) January 7 2022
“I met her about three days ago. Monday, I think, or Tuesday. I don’t have symptoms. The truth is that I’m doing very well,” said President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, on Friday, January 7, during his morning press conference.
On January 28, 2021, the former coordinator of the 2018 presidential campaign for then-candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reported that, after a second test for coronavirus, the result was negative.
“They just gave me the second test result. ADG, negative.”, wrote in the social network, at the time, the federal official. Then on January 24, 2021, President Lopez Obrador reported that he had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Two days ago, the Chief Special Envoy and the National President met with businessmen in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
Tatiana Clotheer is the Minister of Economy in the Federal Government
On Monday, January 4, 2021, Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo took office as the new Head of the Ministry of Economy, replacing Graciela Marques-Collin, who is now Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Geography and Statistics (INEGI).
Through its account on the social network Twitter, SE reported that on this day the process of extradition and receipt of the charge by the Marquis Colin and the protest of Clothier Carrillo concluded.
The process of handing over the reception of Dr. Graciela Marques-Colin to teacher Tatiana Clothier Carrillo, who is the Minister of Economy in the Tweet embed
– Economy of Mexico (SE_mx) January 4, 2021
For her part, the deputy coordinator of the former legislative group of the Morena Party in the sixty-fourth legislature of the House of Representatives of the Federal Congress, in a tweet on Twitter, said that her presence at the head of the aforementioned secretariat will work for the well. To be all Mexicans through dialogue, diversification and innovation.
With joy we started the committee on top Tweet embed. We will work for the well-being of all Mexicans through dialogue, inclusion, diversification and innovation. Thank you secretary Tweet embed. #EconomyForAll
– Tatiana Clouthier (@tatclouthier) January 4, 2021
On December 7, 2020, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador appointed the now-licensed Federal Representative, Tatiana Clothier Carrillo, as the new head of the Ministry of Economy, to replace Graciela Marques-Colín.
“In the case of Tatiana, she is a woman of principles, integrity and honesty, who will help us continue to strengthen economic activity in the country, have good relations with the business sector and the labor sector, and continue to strengthen foreign trade, and this was the reason I decided to appoint her the Minister of Economy.
On October 28, 2020, Clothier Carrillo confirmed that he would not run for governor of Nuevo Leon. Likewise, she confirmed that she does not have the profile to be a candidate for the coordinator of the Morena Legislative Group in San Lazzaro, a position that Mario Delgado Carrillo left vacant on the same day, and which was ratified by the Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judiciary (TEPJF), as the new head of the said party at the national level.
In an interview with journalist Ricardo Rafael de la Madrid, of the Milenio Televisión series, the daughter of the late Manuel de Jesus Clouther del Rincon, “Maquío”, indicated that she could “contribute more to the national scheme”, as well as identifying that she had met President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador—who was her presidential campaign coordinator—”who would have to report part of what was discussed” with her, but also “talk about baseball.”
Who is Tatiana Clotheer?
Clothier Carrillo holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UANL) and a degree in English from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
He also holds studies in legal culture from George Washington University. in Governance from Harvard University; And in the Economic and Political Prospects of Mexico, from Harvard University.
She worked for 12 years as a public servant at the municipal and state levels, as well as a two-time federal deputy. She also served as a delegate to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in South Africa and participated in the National Economic Development Forum.
Sinaloan was part of the San ngel group; She was the organizer of the “World March of Women 2000”, the Nuevo Leon branch. In addition to being the founder of the civil association “Evolución Mexicana” (2010).
Clotheer Carrillo has worked as a teacher in various educational institutions and a lecturer at various international institutes, such as the University of Berkeley in California and the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom.
Additionally, she has worked in the private sector for nearly 10 years and is currently a partner in a family real estate business. Additionally, she was Lopez Obrador’s presidential campaign coordinator.
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